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Characterization of Ti-O-N films deposited on Ti-Ta-Nb substrate by plasma laser deposition

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4 Author(s)
Cojocaru, V. ; Nat. Inst. for R&D in Microtechnol. (IMT), Bucharest, Romania ; Raducanu, D. ; Scarisoreanu, N.D. ; Cinca, I.

In present days in-depth behaviour characterization of multifunctional deposited films for MEMS/BIO-MEMS applications, showed the need of adequate properties, in order to assure the demanded designed functions for envisaged applications, such as: physical, chemical, mechanical, tribological and biocompatible. The development of new materials for films deposition with high potential to be used in BIO-MEMS applications is a goal at national an international level. Recently, a new class of deposition materials consist in metal-oxy-nitrides Me-O-N (Me - transition metal) has been started to be investigated, because has been showed that the oxygen presence has as effect obtaining of mixture of specific properties for both nitrides (Me-N) and oxides (Me-O). A way to tailor the specific properties for deposited film consist in modifying the ratio O/N, in this way the deposited film specific properties are directed more towards to oxides/nitrides properties. In this paper partially data concerning O/N ratio influence upon films characteristics are presented.

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Semiconductor Conference (CAS), 2011 International  (Volume:2 )

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17-19 Oct. 2011

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